Good God. Is Harry Reid really this stupid? UPDATE: Yes. He. Is.

I’m afraid the answer is “yes.” According to the Leader of the Majority Party in the US Senate (1), private-sector jobs are “doing fine.” It’s the public sector that is truly suffering in this economy. He’s either stupid, or a shameless and cynical hack pol who doesn’t give a damn about the truth.

I vote for (C), all of the above:

And in case you don’t believe your ears:

“The massive layoffs we’ve had in America today—of course they’re rooted in the last administration—and it’s very clear that private sector jobs are doing just fine. It’s the public sector jobs where we’ve lost huge numbers, and that’s what this legislation’s all about. And it’s unfortunate my friend the Republican Leader is complaining about that.”

How’s that again, Harry?

"Private sector jobs are doing just fine." --Harry Reid

“Orwellian” comes to mind. If anything, the Stimulus Porkulus plan was intended to save the jobs of some of the Democrats’ biggest boosters, public sector employees and their union bosses.

More from Michelle Malkin.

UPDATE: Here’s another chart to upset Dingy Harry’s version of reality, via PJM:

See? The private sector is okay! Hey, who are you going to believe? Harry Reid or your lying eyes?

Footnote:
(1) That hasn’t offered a budget in over 900 days, in violation of federal law. Now that’s leadership.

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5 Responses to Good God. Is Harry Reid really this stupid? UPDATE: Yes. He. Is.

  1. [...] according to Harry Reid’s version reality, it’s the public sector that’s suffering the most in this lousy [...]

  2. Sahib says:

    It’s “C” for me.

  3. j.b. says:

    He makes me sick. I do not know how tgose bastards sleep @ night!

  4. PHILIP MEREDITH says:

    When will america wake up. You can be loyal to your party all you want democrats, but you have to say, this guy Reid is totally unhinged. Wake up!

  5. Garry says:

    Democrat leadership in the Senate has to go in the upcoming elections and since, Harry is in for 4 additional years, this means the democrats must loose their Senate majority. Incompetent inexperience and arrogance in the Whitehouse coupled with stupid ignorance in the senate is really dangerous for the US

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